JENNIFER YORKE
May 2012

Chicago, IL – Jennifer is an artist who works with installation, drawing, print, photography and bookbinding. Jennifer’s work is an examination of the slippage between the public and private self, and is held in collections at the Auckland Gallery of Art, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the Huntsville Museum of Art and other institutions. Her work is included in two recent books, William Fick and Elizabeth Grabowski\’s Printmaking (Prentice Hall); and Joann Moser’s essay “Digital Déjà Vu”, a part of Printed on Paper: The Techniques, History and Conservation of Printed Media (Northumbria University).
     Yorke graduated from Carleton College cum laude and with Distinction (honors) in Studio Art, and holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she held a Graduate Trustee Fellowship. Recent exhibitions include Pieces of 9: Reframing the Collection at the California State University-Long Beach Art Museum; Body Politic, Northern Illinois University Art Museum; a juried solo exhibition at the Phoenix Gallery, Chelsea, New York City; and several New Prints exhibitions at the International Print Center New York.

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